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Re: 2019 Spring Classics CQ Game
« Reply #30 on: March 20, 2019, 19:30 »
Man, I thought that was lining up to be a Matthieu Van Der Poel victory, now he’s probably out for the rest of the Classics!  The English commentator I had was unable to identity MVP for several minutes.  Every MTB and CX fan was probably slack jawed during this time as the most famous rider in the race in a National Championship kit no less lay unidentified in the fence.  Amazing how people can’t identify cross discipline cyclists.  (That said I’m unfamiliar with the winner)

Speaking of Cross Discipline riders I’m excited to see all the young Americans headed to Europe for the Classics over the next month including the US National team, Lux Jr squad, Arapahoe-Hincapie and Hagens Berman Axeon (in this race, recent alumnus finished 3rd).  But, recent winner of the Redlands final stage Quinn Simmons was a multi time mountain bike championship & International competitor at some sort of Telemark ski competition.  He transitioned to Road last year after contacting Roy Knickman and finished 3rd at Ghent Wevelgem and 7th at Roubaix as a first year Junior 17-18!  Wow the next Farrar or Hincapie ??!
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